I watched Upgrade the other week. Good sci-fi / thriller flick. Sort of reminded me of a full length feature film of Black Mirror.
Meh, weird film.
Seeing the chat @JakeyBoy , @Phoebica and others had on whether Die Hard is a Christmas film or not, with the topic briefly brought back up in the Mustafi thread, I couldn’t help but have a nosey and see what all the fuss was about. Clearly no one is going to budge, so there’s only one way to solve this question, bring in the bot!
@discobot fortune Is Die Hard a Christmas film?
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Bloody funny, if you like The Inbetweeners give it a watch!
The Meg 6/10
Not has good as the book but a entering popcorn flick
Christopher Robin 8/10
Didnt no what to expect from this film but thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish, not as fun as Paddington but the themes more adult.
Die Hard isn’t a Christmas film.
Agreed. It is THE christmas film.
but that is from the metro
It’s about a man trying to reunite with his family for Christmas, there’s a pregnant lady, it contains Christmas music, the events unfold at a Christmas party, people watch it every Christmas. “now I have a machine gun, ho ho ho”
It’s just so blatantly a Christmas film I can’t even see why there’s a debate lol